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Old 04-19-2007, 08:57 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default MicroSD Card as Overflow Storage

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O.K. I think it's pretty self-evident from the title what I want to do, but for the sake of completeness, here it is. I have a crapload of emails, contacts, calendar items, tasks, appointments, etc.; you know, the stuff the Blackberry was actually intended for. For a variety of reasons, I would like to keep all of it "forever" such that my entire outlook info is 100% in sync with my blackberry -- both past items, present items, and future items.

To accomodate that, I'd like to use the 2GB MicroSD card I have installed in the BB. In fact, I got that card specifically for this purpose not knowing that it might be an issue. I don't have much use for the things that the MicroSD card is apparently dedicated to -- pictures, video, ringtones, etc.

So, the question is, how do I do this? That is, how do I allocate a portion of the MicroSD card to overflow storage (actually, it doesn't even need to be "overflow", it can be primary as far as I'm concerned) of "business items", and probably more importantly, how do I tell the BB that it's a good idea to put stuff there.

Thanks all.


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